Reviewers don't have much to say about the 2008 Camry Hybrid's appearance, except that it looks much like its nonhybrid cousin.
The Camry Hybrid has a longer wheelbase and a blunter, sportier nose than in the previous generation, which Cars.com notes gives you "more sculpted, angular forms." Edmunds.com agrees and calls the 2008 Toyota Camry Hybrid a "very impressive and complete sedan that now has the added benefit of an attractive price."
The standard wheels are 16-inch steel, but Cars.com points out that you can opt for "17-inch aluminum wheels, an exclusive black honeycomb grille, ground effects and tinted headlight lenses." Auto123 says the 2008 Camry Hybrid "continues to look fresh."
As to the interior of the 2008 Camry Hybrid, Edmunds.com notes that the "cabin looks snazzier than in years past" and the ride "rival[s] King Tut's tomb for quietude." It offers comfortable seating and many different storage compartments that make it "a very family-friendly environment."
Of the various Toyotas, the 2008 Toyota Camry Hybrid is still one of the more reserved family sedans. Toyota offers the Hybrid option on the XLE trim package, which means it’s just as rich-looking as any other Camry.